Taste Dublin’s Newest Food Trend, The Croffle, Before We Have to Say Au Revoir
Last week Cuisine de France opened their first ever stand alone cafe, ‘La Petite Boulangerie’, and ever since the diners of Dublin have been lured to No. 9 Camden Street with the prospect of sampling the latest food trend to storm Dublin: the Croffle, a perfect marriage of a butter laden, rich croissant and a waffle iron, elevating the classic French staple to delicious new heights.
If you haven’t got a chance to taste one of these layered luxuries just yet, or simply can’t get enough of them, we’ve good news, this unique twist on a typical ‘café Francais’ is open until this Saturday 22nd July.
Not alone offering a selection of Croffle options, there’s an entire menu of delicious morning and afternoon treats daily from 8am – 3pm. Pop in for breakfast served 8am – 12pm, or a pick up lunch from the afternoon menu, served 12pm – 3pm.
The Croffle has been created in collaboration with renowned pastry chef, Louise Lennox, who you’ll recognise from TV3’s The Restaurant.
Louise’s signature Avocado and sun blushed tomato Croffle, with a feta drizzle, gremolata crumb and chopped toasted hazelnuts has proven to be a huge hit so far, competing with the Nutella and Banana Croffle for the top customer choice – who have included the likes the Ambassador for France to Ireland.
Other Croffle options include Chicken and Gravy, Lemon Cheesecake and a Smores flavour.Commenting on the announcement of the pop-up, Louise Lennox said, “As a household name and firm favourite amongst Irish people, it’s exciting to see Cuisine de France bringing a new twist to their much-loved classics. I’m delighted to be involved in La Petite Boulangerie, it’s wonderful to see a café coming to Dublin that is dedicated to my two passions, French pastry and culinary innovation.”
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